Denmark’s second largest city is very different from Copenhagen, much more relaxed and friendly - like a big, elegant country town. But the artistic and cultural opportunities are every bit as good as you would expect from a major city. There are excellent museums, interesting architecture, great restaurants, numerous cafes and colourful bars along cobbled, and un-cobbled streets. And an extremely creative music scene. Aarhus also hosts a number of excellent festivals. The best places to stay in Aarhus range from family run B&Bs to luxurious art hotels, but our Guru’s list starts with a great value option in the heart of the Latin Quarter.
An intimate hotel with a peaceful garden, relaxing cafe and simple guest rooms. Suites are bright, comfortably decorated and have four poster beds. Situated in the Latin Quarter of the city - cobbled streets and calm atmosphere. A perfect hideaway in this creative city.